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too much salt
Last Post 03/13/2016 08:58 AM by Nicholas Arenella. 8 Replies.
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smokey52

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02/21/2016 08:00 PM
I tend to wait until the first rain after the last salting to ride outside, so I resort to jogging (no longer running) and the trainer. Currently I am watching "Tropic Thunder" while on the trainer. Mindless, but better than politics.
longslowdistance

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02/21/2016 08:21 PM
"Like getting mugged by a clown"
My favorite review of tropic thunder.
Orange Crush

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02/23/2016 11:22 AM
Now imagine what that salt does to aquatic ecosystems - it's screwed up. Road salting is like pissing in your own bed.
Nick A

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02/23/2016 12:24 PM
When I was a motivated racer where I used to remember eating like a quarter pound of road grit. Yuck. Yeah OC, road salt. Uggh. Sand and common sense baby. (Edit: Then again, waiting for a big rain to wash away the sand kinda sucks too!)

Nick
Spud

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02/24/2016 09:58 AM
I thought this was going to be about salt intake. Then again, in Nick's case it was.
79pmooney

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02/24/2016 11:47 AM
OC, "Road salting is like pissing in your own bed." Yeah. It does make for faster winter commutes but time-wise, some of that is lost with bike maintenance time in the spring (and $$s spent on chains, spokes, etc.)

In Ann Arbor where I rode 3 winters, the road crews do there best to achieve a 1:1 ratio of salt crystals to snowflakes. Often the snowflakes aren't up to their half of the equation.

Ben
smokey52

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03/12/2016 06:18 PM
Finally, a good rain after the last salting and no refreeze. Pumped up the tires and got out today. Oh my goodness, how completely out of shape I am. But it felt good to be out on the road again. Jogging/trainering is just not the same as riding.
Dale

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03/12/2016 09:59 PM
It was sprinkling here and I didn't want to get wet outside so I rode the trainer and watched 'A Sunday in Hell.' Got wet just the same.
Nick A

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03/13/2016 08:58 AM
Albuquerque is warm and sunny, but before y'all hate on me, we had 50 mph winds yesterday!

Nick
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